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 Browning, Elizabeth BarrettBryce, The Right Hon. James 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Browning, Robert
 
(b. Camberwell, May 7th, 1812, d. Florence, December 12th, 1889). “Paracelsus” (1835). “Strafford” (1837); “Sordello” (1839); “Pippa Passes” (1842); “The Blot in the ’Scutcheon” (1843); “Romances and Lyrics” (1845); “A Soul’s Tragedy” (1846); “King Victor and King Charles,” “Dramatic Lyrics,” “Return of the Druses,” “Colombe’s Birthday,” “Dramatic Romances,” “The Soul’s Errand,” “Christmas Eve” (1850), “Men and Women” (1855); “Dramatis Personæ” (1864); “The Ring and the Book” (1868); “Balaustion’s Adventure” (1871); “Prince Hohenstiel-Schwangau” (1871); “Fifine at the Fair” (1872), “Red Cotton Nightcap Country” (1873), “Aristophanes’ Apology” (1875); “The Inn Album” (1875), “Pacchiarotto” (1876), “Agamemnon of Æschylus” (1877), “La Saisiaz,” “The Two Poets of Croisie” (1878), “Dramatic Idyis” (1879–80); “Jocoseria” (1883); “Ferishtah’s Fancies” (1884); “Parleyings with Certain People” (1887); Asolando” (1889); “Prose Life of Strafford” (1892). Collected edition, 1888–89. See “Essays on Browning” by Nettleship (1868), and McCrie’s “Religion of our Literature,” F. J. Furnivall’s “A Browning Bibliography” “The Browning Society Papers;” Mrs. Orr’s “Handbook to Browning,” and her “Life and Letters” (1891); Mr Symons’s “Introduction to the Study of Browning” (1886); W Sharpe’s “Life” (1890); Professor Henry Jones’s “Browning as a Philosophical and Religious Teacher” (1891); F Mary Wilson’s “Browning Primer” (1891); Mrs. Ritchie’s “Records of Tennyson, Ruskin, and the Brownings” (1892).   1
 


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